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Marcus Chui

Marcus Chui


CMS Holborn Asia
7 Straits View
Marina One East Tower
Singapore 018936
Languages English, Mandarin

Marcus is an Associate in the Technology, Media, IP and Competition practice group of CMS Holborn Asia. He specialises in both contentious and non-contentious aspects of intellectual property, with particular focus on commercial intellectual property brand enforcement, exploitation, licensing and franchising. 

Marcus also specialises in trade mark management and protection and on matters such as prosecution, passing off, infringement and opposition proceedings. 

Marcus was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2017.

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Relevant experience

  • Trade mark portfolio management and prosecution, intellectual property litigation and dispute management. 
  • Various intellectual property and commercial matters, including assignment, licensing, franchising, co-existence and online website terms and conditions and privacy policies.
  • A distributor and seller of contact lenses worldwide in trade mark opposition proceedings on grounds of passing off in Singapore. 
  • A beauty and cosmetics company in establishing its E-commerce health product business in Asia and providing regulatory compliance advice on its cosmetic products.
  • A global technology company that designs and manufactures household appliances on investigating, authenticating and restraining the importation and sale of counterfeit goods. 
  • A global fund management group on infringement by another company of its trade marks and undertaking measures to ensure actual confusion to the relevant public ceases to occur. 
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  • 2015 - L.L.B (Hons), University of Tasmania, Australia 
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  • Law Society of Singapore
  • Singapore Academy of Law
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